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excited they are half excited. >> let us go giants. >> at a quiet will leave these plaza they were getting pictures as they prepare the orange lights on one of the 24 palm tree is just in case they came back for another home game. >> i would be happy for us to see a victory. hopefully, we will finish it in game no. 5. >> a clean sweep. >> we are going to take a sweep. >> it is one game at a time. they do not want to jump full word of having another chance of not getting another. >> we are at a really great position and we have had new victory for the world series. we want another victory. >> justin walden.. kron 4. >> the motive of kron 4 is finally more details on this arson investigation. >> less than one mont the police department has made an arrest. >> our detectives spotted him on the street and took him into custody. >> this resident was arrested in connection with these arsons. the mortuary happen across the road from this man's business. >> it is a good feeling when they got them. >> the second was at the taylor chapel on july 30th. >> they have been going in a lot of work on their
more energy in the u.s. >> part of that is bringing in a pipeline of oil from canada taking advantage of the oil and coal we have here, drilling offshore in alaska, virginia, those things will get us the energy we need. >> reporter: and with gas prices well over the $4 mark, viewers agree with his plan. >> part of being energy independent would end upbringing gas pries down. and i feel like -- that the policies over the last few years speak of themselves. >> reporter: many of these cases belong to the middle class, and romney mentioned things that are important to them. >> every middle income taxpayer no longer will pay any tax on interest, dividends or capital gains. >> yes! [ cheering and applause ] >> reporter: and another thing: job creation. >> my youngest son right now is 23 and, you know, he's having a tough time finding a job that pays decent wages. >> there's no jobs. >> those are all things that will make people feel comfortable with romney. >> hundreds of people packed temple nightclub in san francisco to watch the debate as well. after being disappointed in the first deba
, an astronomer at mount hamilton. thank you for joining us. how would you describe this? >> well, i would say they were very lucky to see such a fireball! they aren't very common. >> is this as exciting for you and your colleagues as it is for the rest of us? [ laughter ] >> oh, it is! we have people that study meteors and their trajectories, so getting a bright one like this is really fascinating. >> all right. now, this is definitely a layman question, but as these fireballs shoot through the sky, do they ever hit the ground? what happens if they do? >> most meteors and bright ones like this fireball don't hit the ground. they completely burn up in the atmosphere with 60, 70 miles up. every once in a while, pieces will hit the ground. most of them are harmless. >> is this part of the meteor shower that is going on right now? >> i can't say for neuroat this time, but i think -- for sure at this time, but i think it's unlike because they're not famous for bright fireballs like this. the trajectory doesn't really match what we would expect for an orionid. >> well, as long as it's not a ufo, i
the amount of gun violence by using citizens to help police convince violent offenders there is another way. >> you bring them in and you let the community speak to them. it is so important the community speaks directly to the individuals and let them know what the impact is in their lives and then we be honest with them and tell them based on the information we have if they don't put down the guns and continue to be involved it will be focused enforcement on them. >> operation cease fire comes to the city with a proven tract record. it made a difference across the nation, boston, cincinnati and sacramento. only time will tell if it will have an effect on oakland. >>> secretary of state hillary clinton is taking stability for security -- responsibility for security that u.s. consulate where an attack last month killed u.s. ambassador chris stevens and three other americans. stevens was a bay area native, went to university of california at berkeley. hillary clinton pushing back against criticism of the obama administration. she says security abroad is her job, not that of the white house. >
. the sheriff's department, u.s. coast guard, and homeland security all also out in the ball park tonight! the police department had members of the bomb squad inside the stadium looking for suspicious activity. >> we're not allowed to take any days off during the world series, so we're going to have a lot of officers working these events. >> they also had extra officers spread throughout the city to prepare for any celebrations. traffic was a nightmare! the game started right in the middle. the afternoon/early evening commute. enforcement officers ands me were out in force. many pedestrians certainly slowed things down. there were a few frayed nerves. but for the most part, drivers exercised patience and were able to get where they were going. and of course all of those fans need some gear! the ball park was packed today with fans stocking up on orange and black apparel. and these items are not cheap with a lot of the gear going for well over $100. and if you're buying more than one item, that can add up! >> my daughter gave me the list. rally towels, giants bracelets, blanco jersey, craw
and as kron 4's dan kerman tells us, he was there at at&t park. >> the buses carrying the san francisco giants returned to a cheering crowd outside at&t park. 4:40 p.m. monday afternoon. many of the players and their families were glad to be back in town and overwhelmed with what the team accomplished. >> humbling. i can't believe it. grateful to be a part of it. >> reporter: world series mvp pablo sandoval grabbed the world series trophy and walked it up for the fans to see and then passed it to sergio romo who capped the series by striking out the last three batters. >> unreal. unreal. the city definitely derves this, the team -- deserves this, the team. what a ride. what a way to reward everybody. >> reporter: this is the weekend world series trophy for the giants in three years. and manager bruce bochy says this is extra sweet. >> with our backs against the wall, makes this more special. it is amazing, historic and eventually they will sit back this winter and realize what they accomplished. >> reporter: if you didn't come down to the park, you will get another opportunity during th
, it was came over. five-two = final score. and cincinnati let us hear from cain and the other giants. >> they were not shutting us down the state were trying to get osset done. and we have to get things done. and finally get some runners. and we still feel pretty good about it. >> we had some good breaks but we had some balls hit hard. >> 43,000 at comerica. planning the detroit tigers. and playing with coco crisp. taking the lead off and it is the first post season. from 1989 a little bit of trivia. and quentin. . to the first base with cured parker cannot handle that. and two-one = it detroit tigers. that is all the would need. alex. the solo shot. parker began the season with a five-rookie starting team. three-one = detroit. with just one and some great help from his defense. josh. and some territory. justin was just off today he strikes out brandon moss. and josh looking and then it josh donaldson also looking. seven-one. and he struck out with just 11. we will go to the top of the eight with a runner on first and detroit. he is trying to tie it up but it just gets the warning. a
are sending in to us to show their support for the orange and black. you see all these people dressing in giants colors. look at these children! panda hats are the favorite! and it seems all age groups and even a little pup there with a panda ha to post your pictures on our fan page. we'd love to hear from you and show some of your pictures. stay with us for our continuing coverage of the san francisco giants and the world series. much more ahead later in this newscast. and we have a special section on our website, kron4.com. >>> tonight marks the one-year anniversary of the night that the oakland police department kicked occupy oakland protestors out of frank ogawa plaza. that night, police used teargas, and there was violence on both sides. tonight, protestors held a rally and marched to remember that day. kron4's philippe chegal is live. >> reporter: it was nothing like a year ago. one protest did throw a rock at police. and that suspect was arrested for felony battery on a peace officer. other than that, no major incidents. but this was a busy intersection just hours ago. >> report
by the federal government >> it's unconscionable and immoral for us to wait anymore. >> the mayor and everybody want to get it done, but at the end of the day, they haven't. >> they're not in compliance with the management of internal affairs. they're not in compliance with use of force and use of force reports. they're not in compliance with the span of control having a number of sergeants, a smaller number in this case, supervise the officers. they're not in compliance with ipass, which is the identifying problem officers. >> the attorneys say oakland has had more than nine years to implement these changes with better identifying and tracking problem officers. >>> in vallejo, the two men police say were shot to death by a neighbor yesterday are now being described as the life of their neighborhood. >> reporter: the people who live in this quiet suburb say the shock from the shooting may never wear off. two familiar faces along folkstone way are dead. a make shift memorial now stands where they died. a third man facing charges for a double homicide. >> the two that are killed have families, wi
of a fundraising trip across california. tickets for tonight went for $7,500. president obama used the venue to rev up support. >> the superpiece of governor romney is a tax cut for the welty. don't boo, vote -- wealthy. don't boo, vote. he stood up on stage, promised his tax cuts would include the top 1%. he promised this. most of the economickest who crunched the number said the plan would blow up the deficit or raise taxes on the middle class. one or the other. that is how math works. >> the visit brought out a few protesters and lots of supporters. kron 4's reggie kumar is live near the bill graham civic auditorium with more tonight. >> reporter: the president left bill graham civic auditorium an hour ago. he spoke 22 minutes. those who attended loved every minute of it. >> reporter: this is president obama leaving monday night's night's fundraiser at the bill graham civic auditorium. tickets range from $22 to $100 which included a concert. >> he talked about his plans for the future, you know, finishing what we started, ending the war, making it better for americans. >> how was it? >> it was g
keep saying that, but it's not just not the case. i've got five boys. i'm used to people saying something that's not true and hoping i'll believe it. but that is not the case. >> for 18 months, he's been running on this tax plan. and now five weeks before the election, he's saying that his big, bold idea is never mind! and the fact is if you are lowering the rates the way you describe, governor, then it is not possible to come up with enough deductions and loopholes that only affect high-income individuals to avoid either raising the deficit or burdening the middle class. >> according to a poll by cnn, 67% of americans believe that mitt romney won the first debate. that's compared to 25% who think president obama won. this poll from cnn only asked 430 registered voters. kron4 asked people over facebook. 59 those responding said president obama won, 29% said mitt romney won. 6% believed it was a tie. 5% did not care. team comprehend of the debate continues. parties were held all over the bay area tonight, first to supporters of president obama. >> reporter: nearly 600 people pack
-0. that is a pretty good lead nor if the play-offs. it was not our night. >> i think for us, we just want to come in and do what we have to do. >> all right, the 49ers hosting the new york football giants, the team that knocked them out last year. a big rematch in front of 69,000 plus. alex smith has an injurorred finger on his through together hand. smith was the high estreatedded passer--the highest rated passer with just one turnover but he made three today. and now c are, uz snares it and gets a touchdown. and then it is colin, not smith, he passed seven times today completing five of them. but at rough day for the 49ers and the field goal kicker, it is wide left. in the second half, it was awful new york. steamrolling them, brad saw, 116-yards. 26-3 giants, not even close as they slow show the league they are the super bowl champions and still the team to beat. now nobody gay the raiders a chance today. and matt ryan, the second highest quarterback but here is pick. and it led to this, watch moore get under the tackle and then into the end zone. 4th-quarter, tied at 14. raiders and phylons t
to cheer as a fan can be excited as a fan. so many of us don't realize that each and every one of the players on the team has their own life. they have so much going on in the life. so much pressure to perform on the baseball field. that's their job, but walking around down there and the different stories down there. this hit me, this means a lot to players, is zito, he was counted out, a lot of people said it he was a total bust. here he comes the last three weeks and had a huge three weeks. he was in the corner of the locker room with his wife, she was on his lap. they were alone. they were smiling and laughing. as they walked away. you would see the tears streaking down her face. but they were not tears, upset about things, they were tears of joy. that's really what i took home from the locker room. moments like that. moments like gregor blanco saying where wish my mom and dad were here. because they pushed me so hard to get the the moment. wow. here we are exemptions. that was the moments from the locker room. not just the champagne but the guys have wild stories and increa
shows us how parking will impact everybody around the ball park tomorrow night. >> reporter: tomorrow night as the giants are stealing bases inside the park, fans outside the park will be looking to steal a great parking spot. >> so excited for tomorrow! >> reporter: with 42,000 people packing the stadium, and thousands more outside, finding that spot will be a challenge. no one knows this better than alex shapiro. he runs thes a parking garage on -- the ace parking garage a few blocks from the ball park. on a normal day, parking here is $17. >> $100 to $120. to park? >> yeah. >> i would also say it's probably cheaper to get a parking ticket on a curb! >> reporter: if you don't want to deal with that business, go online. of the website parkwiz.com is selling a few good spot, further away. but they're going anywhere from $55 to $78. >> reporter: and if you want to avoid the traffic all together, your best bet is to take public transportation. tomorrow night, the city's transportation authority will be adding extra muni services to and from the ball park to accommodate the crowds. the
, monday. it is going to bring us more clouds and the chance of rainfall, possible. we will keep you posted as it gets closer and the forecast models come into better alignment. improved conditions expected for next week. >> in sports, the a's get ready for the playoffs and the national league wild card turns of glee on a controversial call kar -- travnk is next gary radnich is next. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] introducing a reason...to look twice. introducing a stunning work of technology -- the entirely new lexus es. and the first-ever es hybrid. this is the pursuit of perfection. >> a good evening, everybody. with the playoffs underway dusty baker is back in town. and everybody is going to be watching matt cain. giving up five runs, and the one time the cincinnati play the giants at at&t park. also, lost this game with revisited in cincinnati. 2010, 2012 what is the difference? >> in 2010 it was very much everything was said to the last day at all a sudden it was at the playoffs. and now we have had a one week to get ready. i think that it was good for us as well. the guys are able to
." and starting tomorrow, they will start using a new crime tip system. residents will be able to anonymously report crime online or via text message. more information will be released tomorrow, including instructions on how to use the new system. >>> an 18-year-old student at skyland high school in oakland was shot to death by police in may. officers say he pointed a gun at them so they had no choice. the man's family says he should not have been killed. family and supporters of marched to city hall demanding that oakland police release a report about the shooting. >> reporter: you -- the city council kept its promise and closed its doors after the room was full. this crowd of protestors were not keeping their mouths shut. they spent the afternoon rallying in front of the district attorney's office before the assistant da came outside and exchanged words. >> why can't we get a report? why can't we -- >> it's not completed at this time, and like in any investigation, we take the time that's necessary to make sure the job is done right. when the time comes, it will be released. >> reporter: th
reports at least one illness. the steroid in question is often used for back pain. the problem batch of the medication has been traced to a specialty pharmacy in massachusetts. the company has recalled not only the steroids but everything that it makes. >>> later in this broadcast, the giants staying alive! can the a's stay alive? we'll have extensive coverage coming up later. and a world cheerleading backflip record! (car horn) paying with your smartphone instead of cash... (phone rings) that's a step forward. with chase quickpay, you can send money directly to anyone's checking account. i guess he's a kicker... again, again! oh, no you don't! take a step forward and chase what matters. on gasoline. i am probably going to the gas station about once a month. last time i was at a gas station was about...i would say... two months ago. i very rarely put gas in my chevy volt. i go to the gas station such a small amount that i forget how to put gas in my car. [ male announcer ] and it's not just these owners giving the volt high praise. volt received the j.d. power and associates appeal a
the tail end of this system. that will stayed with us for the overnight hours. and more sunshine. fewer clothes on sunday. for will take a look and how warm it is going to get, coming up. the will all now know that the giants are going to face the st. louis cardinals scored nine-seven = final score tonight against washington national's. pish the giants will be on a plan from cincinnati tonight and should arrive in san francisco within the next couple of hours. >> at 11:00 p.m. the are responding to a disabled passengers tship called " neptune " with water with 18 passengers were rescued and taken to pull. 39. however, lance armstrong feared they could speech-doping was everywhere. -- also, a lesa close call near an asteroid. >> coming up we know where the giants are headed for the national league championship series. the 49ers have a little bit of a peace and the giants ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] introducing a reason...to look twice. introducing a stunning work of technology -- the entirely new lexus es. and the first-ever es hybrid. this is the pursuit of perfection. and the first-
, it just helped us move forward. >> last year we won three in a row. i plan for the fans and team. >> you looked like you were having fun. >> always, for matter what. i play the game and enjoy it. >> you guys have been able to focus on winning one game. talk about that mindset. >> we can't hit a 20-run hoper. we have to worry bun game at a time. when we were trailing in cincinnati two games and we had to win three, you know, we had to worry about one game at a time. >> the giants' offense came alive with five runs early. ryan held the cardinals to one run in seven innings. tomorrow matt cane will take the mound for the giants. >> it looked like they were having a good time out there. we'll have sports highlights later on. right now a live look at the bay bridge. cold, wet weather is on its way. what's the weather going to look like for game seven? >> more rain on the way for tomorrow. good news is, fingers crossed, only a few showers for the game tomorrow. it's at 5:00 p.m. by then most of the heavy rain will be gone. the morning is when well see the bulk of the rain. we are already seein
. on the of rainfall in the pacific northwest but notice those clouds to the north. keeping us in california sunny and nice and that will be the case for tomorrow. the beaches, some clouds to marron and what we've seen today but still, nice. tomorrow-clouds. but still decent with 60s in bodega bay. and also ocean beach. and for the south they look for mostly sunny skies and sunshine for the entire day. mid upper 60s with just south san jose towards the valley blossom hill, santa terisa. '70s and '80s and some of the warmer areas and a beautiful day in livermore. '70s with san francisco, getting to the upper 60s. the north bay and 70's for berkeley and oakland. it was pretty nice. your kron 4 7 day around the bay as i mentioned monday, tuesday with a lot more cloudiness and slow drizzle but sunshine for the afternoon. not quite as warm wednesday a storm system with the halloween possible rainfall but that could change. sunny and a little bit warmer. we will be back. >> this gag order was delayed. at this hearing it was a social and news media possibly to influence jurors. they are trying to portray
. >>> the blue angels streaked across the san francisco bay today. the u.s. navy squadron wrapped up fleet week festivities and performed several stunts in the air near the golden gate bridge and alcatraz. several boats were in the bay to watch the pilots push the aircraft to the limit. >> look at the blue skies out there for today. clear conditions for tonight at the bridge. notice no fog. there is a little bit of low cloudiness out there. otherwise, some bright stars. we'll see the stars filter in as we get toward morning, look for clouds to increase after midnight. the clouds give way to sunshine between 8:00 and 11:00 and some high clouds, the high clouds coming from a weather system offshore that is getting closer tonight and producing a few high clouds towards monday at the -- monterey. the system is not moving much of anywhere but is going to begin to make a push toward the bay area starting tomorrow. so we'll see those high clouds initially and then increasing clouds for tuesday. it will be a day where we have partly sunny skies, clouds and sunshine and the chance for a few showers tues
be ability to point us tohz%aÑ someone whod be the suspect. >> reporter: a mother of four and retired school teacher was discovered inside her home last friday. her husband of more than 30 years called when she failed to show up at the airport to pick him up. a neighbor discovered her body. an autopsy report shows she was stabbed multiple times and suffered blunt force trauma. police say they have yet to determine any typerÑ(z of motive in this case. >>> it's no wonder the la times calls this couple the modern day bonnie and collide. darnell and tanya washington have been wanted by southern california officials for more than a month now. san bernardino sheriff's officials say 24-year-old darnell escaped from jail in late august. his 25-year-old wife helped him escape. then in early september, investigators say darnell used a shot gun, washington was driving a stolen car, tried to make contact with him. the deputy survived the shooting, but the couple left the shooting scene allegedly car jacking two other vehicles in the process. today, they were arrested in yet another stolen car belong to
forward and chase what matters. >>> a vallejo man making and using homemade explosive devices. the sheriff and the fbi served a search warrant. they got a tip that a resident was making an exploding bomb. people were evacuated, and authorities detonated one device. there was also a school nearby. >> the school had already left. there may have been some teachers, janitors. that was one of our areas of concern. >> a purpose of interest, a man in his 50s, has been detained, not arrested. the people evacuated have been allowed back home. >>> a bone fragment found among the remains of the victims of the speed freak killers, a 3-inch fragment of bone, was found next to the remains of two teenagers. tests show it belonged to a child. and that raises the possibility that it belonged to mckayla garret. she disappeared from a hayward grocery store in 1988. the discovery is opening the possibility that other possible victims of wesley shermantine and loren herzog have been found. this woman has been mentioned in cases like the speed freak killers. even though there is no direct listening, her family
petition. >> none of us choose our sexual orientation. straight people don't choose it, gay people don't choose it. >> the boy scouts admit that his membership was revoked because he's gay, following the boy scouts' policy prohibiting gay members. the family hopes the widespread support will spur the local troop to defy the national organization's antigay policy. >>> we are getting the names, dates, and places from the boy scouts' own archives of the pedophiles who are suspected of molesting children in the organization. the files were released today. >> they are sociopathic geniuses. they fool everybody. and then they're age to coerce, convince, or threaten these kids to stay silent. >> reporter: and their names are here in boxes containing more than 20,000 documents kept secret by the scouts for years. the alleged victims' identities are removed, but not the alleged abusers. >> we're talking about hundreds if not thousands of unidentified men who should be registered sex offenders who are roaming free in society. >> reporter: the files offer a look at how the scouting organizatio
ready to preparations at at&t park chung appears gives us a look at what needs to be dothe month this postseason baseball is like a major league park. unless of course it says the post season. and they were hastening to get the at&t park came one preparations are underway for the national series. groundskeepers ridiculous of the exact cut of the grass. the seats were made to sparkle and anything that could be polished was. post season mean that standards have to be adhered to with the most exact specifications. >> turning things twice the same color. it is more of an art form than a science. >> the one patch i am going to make a path to make sure that you do not see this path. >> outside the park every detail and had to be attended to. >> it is like 20 attend. >> fans without tickets just wanted to be sure that the season is going to be here. >> so we can be with the giants to tomorrow. >> it should be a great game and agreed series for both teams. >> there is a post season bunting jeff pierce. >> the update coach was injured during batting practice. roberta o'kelley sustained a
to air brush history. you were very clear that you would not provide government assistance to the u.s. auto companies, you said they could get in the private market place. that wasn't true. they would have gone through -- [ talking at the same time ] >> you are wrong. >> no, i am not wrong -- [ talking at the same time ] >> sparks fly between president obama and mitt romney during the third and final presidential debate tonight in florida. the two sparred over foreign policy, including the middle east and china. mitt romney said the president's policies are making america look weak. >> governor romney the problem is that on a whole range of issues whether it is the middle east, whether it is afghanistan, whether it is arach, whether it is now -- iraq, whether it is iran, you are all over the map. >> one of the challenges we had with iran they have looked at the administration and felt the administration was not as strong as it needed to be. they saw weakness where they expected to find american strength and the president began an apology tour of going to nations in the middle east and
of us have been obviously shocked by the force of mother nature as we watch it on television. at the same time we've also seen nurses at nyu hospital carrying fragile newborns to safety. we've seen incredibly brave firefighters in queens waist-deep in water battling infernos, and rescuing people in boats. >> reporter: as reggie kumar tells us, a local utility company packed up equipment and sent employees to help restore electricity to the millions still in the dark on the east coast tomorrow. >> reporter: 150 peing peing workers -- pg& e workers met tuesday and packed into buses. this is a picture of some in their safety air on their way to sacramento county where they boarded a flight to new york city. 60 pieces of equipment were also sent, including 4-bucket vehicles eric bulldozer, several flatbed trucks as well as trailers. they say they are looking forward to helping the millions who desperately need their lights back on. >> they don't know where we're from. but when they get their power back on, there's a lot of pride in that. we all enjoy seeing their face when is the
:30 the new the time. sports director, gary radnich will give us the highlights. and a police chase ends with a crash in the be district. they try to pull over his car but the driver took off and a crash between the san bruno interchange. however, possession of stolen car was the charge for the two occupants. who tried to take off >> there was any confrontation with a passenger on a muni bus. the good samaritan try to intervene and was stabbed in the throat with a pair of scissors. he is expected to be okay. >> also a group of six teenagers were harassing a woman that was riding the bus. when she got off at mcalester and laguna they followed her. the woman was beaten, robbed. here is some safety advice for passengers while using muni. >> be of your surroundings. and if there is an area to sit near the driver near the front of the bus. he can be within earshot and radio for help if need be. >> the suspect got away with no arrests have been made. >> the gang rape the first of the six suspects was sentenced today. she was beaten at the richmond high school campus started 2009 homecoming da
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